Classical and Medieval History of Institutions

Classical and medieval history including early classical, late classical, early medieval, and late medieval history can be used to examine institutions.

   

Classical and Medieval History

Classical and medieval history can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

Early classical history

Early classical history including the 5th century BC, 4th century BC, 3rd century BC, 2nd century BC, and 1st century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 5th century BC including the early 5th century BC, early mid 5th century BC, mid 5th century BC, late mid 5th century BC, and late 5th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

The 4th century BC including the early 4th century BC, early mid 4th century BC, mid 4th century BC, late mid 4th century BC, and late 4th century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

The 3rd century BC including the early 3rd century BC, early mid 3rd century BC, mid 3rd century BC, late mid 3rd century BC, and late 3rd century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

The 2nd century BC including the early 2nd century BC, early mid 2nd century BC, mid 2nd century BC, late mid 2nd century BC, and late 2nd century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

The 1st century BC including the early 1st century BC, early mid 1st century BC, mid 1st century BC, late mid 1st century BC, and late 1st century BC can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

Late classical history

Late classical history including the 1st century CE, 2nd century CE, 3rd century CE, 4th century CE, and 5th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 1st century CE including the early 1st century CE, early mid 1st century CE, mid 1st century CE, late mid 1st century CE, and late 1st century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics, education, and families.

The 2nd century CE including the early 2nd century CE, early mid 2nd century CE, mid 2nd century CE, late mid 2nd century CE, and late 2nd century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 3rd century CE including the early 3rd century CE, early mid 3rd century CE, mid 3rd century CE, late mid 3rd century CE, and late 3rd century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 4th century CE including the early 4th century CE, early mid 4th century CE, mid 4th century CE, late mid 4th century CE, and late 4th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 5th century CE including the early 5th century CE, early mid 5th century CE, mid 5th century CE, late mid 5th century CE, and late 5th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

Early medieval history

Early medieval history including the 6th century CE, 7th century CE, 8th century CE, 9th century CE, and 10th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 6th century CE including the early 6th century CE, early mid 6th century, mid 6th century, late mid 6th century, and late 6th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 7th century CE including the early 7th century CE, early mid 7th century CE, mid 7th century CE, late mid 7th century CE, and late 7th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 8th century CE including the early 8th century CE, early mid 8th century CE, mid 8th century CE, late mid 8th century CE, and late 8th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 9th century CE including the early 9th century CE, early mid 9th century CE, mid 9th century CE, late mid 9th century CE, and late 9th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 10th century CE including the early 10th century CE, early mid 10th century CE, mid 10th century CE, late mid 10th century CE, and late 10th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

Late medieval history

Late medieval history including the 11th century, 12th century, 13th century, 14th century, and 15th century can be used to examine can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, government structure, and law; economics including economic systems, industries, and economic activity; education including schools, educational organization, cultural institutions, teaching, and research; and family studies including particular families, kinship, parenting, and marriage.

The 11th century CE including the early 11th century CE, early mid 11th century CE, mid 11th century CE, late mid 11th century CE, and late 11th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 12th century CE including the early 12th century CE, early mid 12th century CE, mid 12th century CE, late mid 12th century CE, and late 12th century CE can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 13th century including the early 13th century, early mid 13th century, mid 13th century, late mid 13th century, and late 13th century can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 14th century including the early 14th century, early mid 14th century, mid 14th century, late mid 14th century, and late 14th century can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

The 15th century CE including the early 15th century, early mid 15th century, late mid 15th century, and late 15th century can be used to examine religion including particular religions, religious organization, religious practice, and religious belief; government including particular governments, government activity, and government structure; economics including economic systems; education, and families.

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Created 3 Feb 2016 Last updated 6 Aug 2017